In the News: Affordable Housing Lottery in Northwest Tribeca

••• The lottery is open for the 22 units of affordable housing at 460 Washington. “The low-income studios are renting for $800, one-bedrooms for $860 and two-bedrooms for $1,041. To be eligible for the housing, applicants have to make 60 percent of the area median income. According to the New York City Housing Development Corporation, that amounts to $36,300 for an individual, $41,460, for a family of two, $46,620 for three or $51,780 for a family of four.” Great, but where will they eat? —DNAinfo

••• “Marc Forgione, executive chef and partner at American Cut in Manhattan, rests thick, center-cut slices of cabbage in a honey-balsamic marinade before grilling them like a slab of beef.” The Wall Street Journal has the recipe.

••• Mary Kearney of Tribeca Park and Tribeca Green in Battery Park City is one of the few building superintendents who are women. Or maybe there are a lot more, hiding out Albert Nobbs–style? —New York Times

••• Time Inc.’s 2,800 employees start moving into 225 Liberty at Brookfield Place soon. —New York Post

••• “A nonprofit fighting a City Council proposal to ban tourist helicopters is backed by a New Jersey family that has a monopoly on the city’s chopper business [….] Helicopters Matter is stacked with execs from companies controlled by the Trenk family, including Saker Aviation Services, which runs a lower Manhattan heliport, and tourist charter service Liberty Helicopters.” —New York Post



  1. Would like to put name in lottery.
    73 yrs. old – wanting to semi-retire need one bedroom or studio.

  2. I wood lick very much to put my name in lottery 64 and 65 years old my wife and I one or two bedrooms.